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An ABC Prayer to Jesus: Praise for Hearts Both Young & Old

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The Bible calls Jesus our Alpha and Omega, the beginning and end of the Greek alphabet. But who is Jesus in our own alphabet? An ABC Prayer to Jesus uses rhyming stanzas to celebrate the person and work of our Savior. Rich theology, accessible language, and beautiful images create a unique Jesus-centered meditation that will bring parents and children of all ages together and provide an enduring foundation for faith.

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“A beautiful, biblically rooted, creative book for kids (and their parents!). Theologically sound and engaging, these twenty-six brief four-line verses explode with gospel meaning. It’s impossible to say how many fruitful conversations will happen as moms and dads unpack these truths with their young ones. I plan to read it to my grandkids!”

—Bob Kauflin, singer, songwriter

The Bible calls Jesus our Alpha and Omega, the beginning and end of the Greek alphabet. But who is Jesus in our own alphabet? An ABC Prayer to Jesus: Praise for Hearts Both Young and Old introduces readers to many aspects of Christ’s identity. Rhyming stanzas that may be sung to the tune of the Doxology are drawn from both the Old and New Testaments to celebrate the person and work of our Savior. Rich theology expressed in accessible words and accompanied by beautiful images creates a unique Jesus-centered offering of worship and a heartfelt meditation that will bring parents and children of all ages together. In a world that daily challenges the relevance of the Church, An ABC Prayer to Jesus provides an enduring foundation for faith.

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Weight 0.373 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 0.16848 × 11 in
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